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Libyan rivals to sign ceasefire deal in Moscow

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Tripoli, Jan 13 (IANS) Libya's rival forces will sign a ceasefire deal in Moscow on Monday, it was reported on Monday.
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News video: Libyan rivals Sarraj and Haftar leave Moscow without signing ceasefire deal

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Libyan rivals Sarraj and Haftar leave Moscow without signing ceasefire deal

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